A1 - Understand and use familiar and everyday expressions as well as very simple statements aimed at satisfying concrete needs.
A2 - Understand isolated sentences and frequently used expressions relating to areas of the daily environment (e.g. simple personal and family information, shopping, work, etc.)
B1 - Understand the main points of a discussion when clear, standard language is used and if these are familiar things at work, at school, at leisure, etc.
B2 - Understand the essential content of concrete or abstract subjects in a complex text, including a technical discussion in his specialty.
C1 - Understand long and demanding texts and understand implicit meanings. Express yourself spontaneously and fluently without having to search for words too much.
C2 - Understand almost everything that is read or heard effortlessly. To be able to reconstruct facts and arguments from various written and oral sources by using them.
Monthly Package: Program: FLE (French as a Foreign Language) training (visio / face-to-face) (Articles L. 6316-1 and R.6316-1 and following of the Labor Code) A1 - Understand and use colloquial and everyday expressions as well as very simple statements that aim to satisfy concrete needs. A2 - Understand isolated sentences and frequently used expressions in relation to areas of the everyday environment (e.g. simple personal and family information, shopping, work, etc.) B1 - Understand the main points of a discussion when clear and standard language is used and when it comes to familiar things at work, school, hobbies, etc. B2 - Understand the essential content of concrete or abstract topics in a complex text, including technical discussion in one's specialty. C1 - Understand long and demanding texts and grasp implicit meanings. Express yourself spontaneously and fluently without having to search for words too much. C2 - Effortlessly understand virtually anything read or heard. To be able to restore facts and arguments from various written and oral sources. Duration: 1 month: €480 but renewable Morning 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 3 hours per day Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Class: 5 - 10 people: in total 48h Public concerned: All public Location(s): by video or in our premises located at 4 rue Sarrelouis 67000 STRASBOURG Prerequisites: None Objective: FLE (French as a Foreign Language) training (visio / face-to-face) Advance in the different areas of the language: oral/written comprehension, oral/written production. Learn French on linguistic, cultural and specific objectives. Accessibilities: Choice of rooms accessible for people with reduced mobility. Possible accommodation depending on the type of disability (contact us) Course: The trainee will carry out tests before, during and after the training. Access delays: None Methods, modalities and pedagogical means of training Teaching methods: The trainer will adapt the educational content to the needs and requests of the trainee. During our training, one or more teaching methods can be used. Affirmative: the trainer presents an operation or procedure and shows each of the stages of realization to the learners by specifying what to do and how to do it. The trainer also explains why. Trainees learn by reproducing the same gestures as the trainer. Interrogative: Questioning is the main medium used by the trainer and this varies depending on the answers given by the learners. There is constant feedback between a student and his trainer. In a training session, the interrogative method results in appropriate questioning by the trainer who will lead the learner to build his own knowledge by establishing links between different elements, to give them the meaning he wishes, to formulate his thoughts. Demonstrative: In the demonstrative method, participants learn by doing. It is based on exercises that the trainer "does" first by detailing the key points of the demonstration. The trainer will then “make the participant do” what he has just demonstrated. Finally, in a third step, the trainer "redoes" with the participant to correct any possible misunderstandings. Applicative: In the applicative method, participants implement what they have just learned. It uses exercises, case studies, adapted games, role plays, simulations. Teaching methods: Participant needs and profile assessment Theoretical and methodological contribution: educational sequences grouped into different modules Content of the programs adapted according to the needs identified during the training. Questionnaires, exercises and case studies, practical cases Knowledge check tests and validation of knowledge at each stage Reflection and exchanges on practical cases Feedback Pedagogical sequences grouped into different modules Appropriate corrections and knowledge checks at each stage, depending on the pace of the learner but also on the requirements of the training subscribed. Flexible hours with trainees Teaching means: Provision of all computer equipment (computers, video projectors, wifi) and educational equipment (board, annotation equipment, etc.) necessary. Course support in paper and digital format projected on screen and can be sent to the participant by email at the end of the training. For “Remote” training, they can be carried out with videoconferencing tools such as: Skype, Google Meet or Zoom depending on the case. All the details concerning distance learning are available on our website and also in our welcome booklet. Pedagogical framework: Each training is under the responsibility of the director of the training organization; the smooth running is ensured by the expert trainer in his field, appointed by the training organization. Methods for evaluating the achievement of training objectives Individual evaluation of the profile, expectations and needs of the participant before the start of the training Skills assessment at the start and end of training Assessment of knowledge at each stage of the training (via questionnaires, exercises, practical work, face-to-face or tele-face-to-face interviews with the trainer if distance learning) End-of-training satisfaction assessment questionnaire MCQ/Quizz Evaluation grid Knowledge check tests and validation of knowledge at each stage Means for monitoring and assessing results Execution monitoring: Attendance sheets signed by the participants and the trainer per half-day Individual collection of trainee expectations Self-assessment questionnaire at the start and end of training Continuous evaluation during the session End-of-training satisfaction assessment questionnaire A certificate of attendance at the end of training or certification if training certifying will be given to the trainee(s) at the end of the training, mentioning the objectives, the nature, the duration of the action and the results of the evaluation of the acquired from training.